The Freshpet Blog


Fresh food isn’t the only way to help your dog or cat get the most out of life. From bathing tips to health-related info, find out the latest pet-related news and stories on our blog.


01/16

Can your pets relate to these New Year’s Resolutions?

Cats, Dogs

January has kicked off, but we’re all still thinking of ways we can better ourselves through out 2015. Although our pets don’t make resolutions at the turn of the year, we thought it would be fun to think about what their resolution list might look like if they did. Can your pets relate to any of these? 1. The torn cat. To be or not…

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02/08

Pet Innovations that We Love

Cats, Dogs, Fresh News

We love pet innovation, especially when it comes to ideas and products that help us better care for and love our pets! Fresh food with wholesome ingredients fits the bill, but there are so many of other new ideas in the world of our fur-kind that we learn about each week! We’ve rounded up a few of the cool, the quirky, and the downright amazing…

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12/25

Holiday DIY Cheer!

Cats, DIY, Dogs, Holiday

Happy Holidays! We’re really looking forward to the long weekend, and for some of us, a holiday break through the new year. This can be a great time to enjoy with family and friends, especially with the kids home from school. If you’re like we are, you may be looking for a few DIY activities to do from the comfort of home while sipping on…

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11/20

Holiday Travel with Freshpet Food

Cats, Dogs, Holiday, Pet Parent Tips

Thanksgiving is almost upon us, which means the holiday season is officially beginning. With the holidays comes a busy travel schedule as we celebrate with friends and family. We are often asked the best ways to travel with Freshpet food, so we’ve compiled a few options for those planning to bring their fur kiddos along for the ride.   Stock up on fresh food once…

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10/12

Optimal Diet for Weight Loss in Dogs, Part 2 of 2

Cats, Dogs, Weight Management

This week’s blog post was written by Lisa P. Weeth, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Nutrition.   Not all calories are created equally. More recent veterinary research has challenged the more traditional low fat, high fiber approach to weight loss for dogs and cats. While absolute calorie reduction is essential, studies have shown that dogs and cats fed…

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09/11

Tips for a Healthy & Shiny Coat

Cats, Dogs, Pet Parent Tips

You can tell a lot about your pet’s health from the condition of their coat. A shiny, soft and thick coat generally means they are eating a well-balanced diet and in good health, but a dull, limp or brittle coat could be a sign they are not getting the proper nutrition they need or may be sick. Here are some tips on how to keep…

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